Ethical Operation

Vision:
Achieving corporate governance that promotes inclusive and sustainable economic growth while taking into account the balanced ESG development, providing employees with a happy workplace and the possibility to participate in sustainable international business from a bigger perspective, making honor and sense of achievement a new life philosophy in the future.
Corresponding to one Zetta Connected 2030 theme: Responsible Business
Corresponding to two key SDGs: 8/16
Corresponding to one secondary SDG: 5
Corresponding to material topics: Corporate governance and operating performance/Risk management/Respect for and protection of human rights/Ethical operation/Legality and legal compliance/Information security and privacy protection
Corresponding to eight major stakeholders: Competent authorities/ Employees/ Communities & NGO/ Customers/ Shareholders & Investors/ Rating agencies/ Media/ Suppliers
Key Results and Performance in 2019:
  • Company with the highest EPS in the telecommunications industry for 8 consecutive years
  • NT$124.4 billion of consolidated total revenue
  • Ranked top 5% in the Corporate Governance Assessment for 6 years since 2015
  • Ranked top 1% in information security management in the same industry globally
  • NT$17.19 billion of EBIT
  • NT$12.5 billion in net profit after tax
  • Nomination for female independent directors in 2020
  • 37.5% of female senior executives, better than the industry average
2020 targets:
  • Maintain the top 5% rating in Corporate Governance Assessment
  • Elect the minimum of one female director
  • Zero tolerance of any violation of Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles
  • Top 10% in information security management in the same industry globally
  • Top 10% in human rights management in the same industry globally
2030 targets:
  • Maintain the top 5% rating in Corporate Governance Assessment
  • Increase board seats of female directors (by at least 1 seat)
  • Zero tolerance of any violation of Ethical Corporate Management Best Practice Principles
  • Top 5% in information security management in the same industry globally
  • Top 5% in human rights management in the same industry globally